Broadway MPEG Capture/Compression

Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Broadway
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 0.87 MiB
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/XP
Latest Version: 5.1

Windows device driver information for Broadway MPEG Capture/Compression

Broadway MPEG Capture/Compression, also known as Broadway Pro DVD is manufactured by Broadway is compatible with Windows 98, 2000 and XP platforms. The device comes with the Broadway Capture Card, and the Broadway Capture software that allows users to not only share their videos with family and friends. With the device users may capture, edit and stream videos and ultimately burn them into CD format. The Broadway MPEG Capture/Compression can be used for grabbing video footage from such sources as camcorders, stock video libraries and VCR's. Accordingly, they may then paste, cut and edit sound and also add fades. With the device, the task of editing videos on the desktop becomes that much easier. Once the editing is complete, user may then use the device to compress their videos into streaming or MPEG format or save them on DVD, VCD or video tapes.

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With the compression feature, the Broadway MPEG Capture/Compression is able to reduce user video files by 200:1. The importance of this is that it helps to save on important disk space. Ultimately, users get video and audio that is high on quality. The Broadway MPEG Capture/Compression comes with the RealNetworks Internet Streaming format. This makes it possible for users to play back their video on the web in real time. The device also comes with an adjustable compression ratio even at full resolution. Broadway MPEG Capture/Compression has inputs and outputs that are S-Video. What is more it is able to capture in both MPEG and AVI formats. It comes with DVD authoring as well as the bundled editing software. The device supports such video standards as PAL, S-Video, composite and NTSC video standards. To function effectively, the device requires a SuperVGA card and a computer with 128 MB of RAM. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Broadway MPEG Capture/Compression errors before installing any driver updates.